Killing Us Softly
The international community, aided by the United Nations and motivated by the best intentions, has used covert methods to combat population growth. In the process, they have committed sinister crimes and inadvertently degraded our intellectual and genetic endowments, in order to preserve humanity from the even greater evils of nuclear annihilation, mass starvation and environmental devastation.
Some of these methods are GMO's, vaccines, artificial diseases like AIDS, flouride, plastic bottles (biphenol), spraying, drug abuse, and social influences weakening the family.
After World War II, world leaders were so weary of brutal conflict that they agreed to find a way to peacefully coexist. Since then, peace and prosperity have depended on an ultra-secret effort to reduce human fertility, so as to defuse the population bomb before nations outgrow their natural resources and are tempted to take the resources of weaker neighbors by force. Instead of waging open war on each other, the military-industrial establishments of nation states have been empowered to use chemical and biological weapons to wage a silent war on the reproductive ability of the global population. Consequently, population control since 1945 has been the pivotal element of the international world order and the world’s best-kept secret, turning the basic elements of life into weapons of mass sterility and selective morbidity that affect nearly every human being on the planet.
Author Kevin Galalae unravels not only the carefully concealed methods and means of population control, but also the insurmountable obstacles that stood in the way of legislating family size, and that drove the population control effort underground. Paradoxically, religion and democracy, which embody the noblest values and ideals of mankind, are ultimately responsible for the odious crimes of the Global Depopulation Policy.
To save ourselves, we have no choice but to rethink the very foundations of human civilization, recreate our social and political institutions, and alter our worldview in such fundamental ways as to leap to a higher level of consciousness. Fortunately, the author believes this is within our capabilities.